Monthly Archives: September 2012

Jaegar LeCoultre A Rose for Emergency watch

Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso: A Rose for Emergency

Jaeger-LeCoultre: A Rose for Emergency watch

On the occasion of the 69th Venice Film Festival, Jaeger-LeCoultre is pursuing its partnership with “Emergency”, by supporting a maternity hospital in Afghanistan.

Actress Cristiana Capotondi and other celebrities have lent their support to this highly worthwhile, holding a rose and wearing a Reverso watch engraved with a rose – the flower chosen to symbolise this initiative.
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60% of cars will be connected by 2017

Toyota in-car-connectivity

In five years the connected car will become a mainstream reality with more than 60 percent of the world’s cars offering features such as built-in internet, wireless connectivity and smart notifications.

By 2017 market researcher ABI expects the figure to exceed 80 percent in the US and Western Europe as new cars get pumped full of smarter technology.
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Singapore Airlines A380

Singapore Airlines get in-flight wifi access

Singapore Airlines A380

Passengers flying with Singapore Airlines (SIA) can now access the internet for a fee, announced the airline Thursday.

SIA passengers will not only be able to send and receive emails on smartphones and other electronic devices during their flight but also send and receive SMS text messages with GSM-compatible mobile phones.
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moet chandon nectar rose

Tips for buying Champagne

champagne store

Produced by some 5,000 vintners and renowned houses such as Perrier-Jouët or Piper-Heidsieck, Champagne is one of the culinary symbols of France.

Here are buying tips from Champagne expert Thibaut Le Mailloux, spokesperson for Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC) in France.
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Luxury property prices in China

China’s most expensive home priced at US$47 million

Luxury property prices in China

Villas at ThaiHot Mansion and Courtyards by the Canal are selling at US$47 million each, making them the most expensive homes in China.

The property, developed by Beijing Taihe Real Estate Development Co., is located in the suburbs of eastern Beijing.

Fifty units in the property are available for sale, of which 12 villas are advertised at more than US$47 million each. The cheapest unit is priced at US$4.7 million.
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